I've just been talking to another traveller who was particularly grumpy about Munich airport not having free wifi when he was there recently.
Now I seem to recall that Germany has pretty strict laws prohibiting open wifi access because the person providing the wifi would have some responsibility if somebody were to do some hacking over their signal.
But I don't know whether that law prohibits all kinds of free wifi or only the kind where a user doesn't need a password or key or have to enter any kind of info into a page that comes up first before allowing through access to the net.
Or could it be some exclusivity deal where some restaurant or cafe paid the airport for rights to be the only WIFI provider or some such thing?
So is it only Munich airport that lacks free wifi or do all German airports lack free wifi due to a law as outlined above?